I Need Some Acoustics Advice For My Attic Recording Studio
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by astokesmusic
1M ago
I have a recording studio in my home, up in a building that is disconnected from my house (basically like an attic). The room is fairly long, it has a pretty good width to it, the ceiling height isn't very tall, and the shape of the room is that classic A-frame shape. As far as the sound treatment goes, I have some panels up on the walls and soon I plan on placing some bass traps and cloud panels for the ceiling. My dilemma right now is, my desk is in an awkward position right now and I've... Read more ..read more
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Isolating windows in a normal room
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by Puska
1M ago
Hello mates. I'm going to use part of the brick house and make it a room to practice singing and voices in general. The room faces the street where there are cars, people and various sounds. The room has two large windows with single glazing. I have no plans to replace the windows, just insulate them. It is only the windows that I want to insulate. Not floors, ceilings or walls... Now I want to take the opportunity to ask you if anyone has experience of how to easily insulate windows in a... Read more ..read more
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Catching that 60s and 70s vibe
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by elbandito
1M ago
Hi everyone. It’s been a while since I’ve been to the forum… glad to see it’s still kicking! I’m in the midst of building a studio. I’ve got just under 800 sq ft with 9ft ceilings, laminate flooring and a mostly rectangular shape. I’m doing what I can with baffling and such and plan to use a calibration mic in the next couple of weeks to fine tune reflections. I’ve built a few gobos and can build more as necessary. What I’m after with this post, is info on how live rooms in the 60s and... Read more ..read more
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Shure MV7 and Se Electronics Reflexion Pro
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by DenverGuy
1M ago
I have a room that is too live-sounding. I bought a monstrous so-called "portable" sound booth, but returned it. I bought a Kaotica Eyeball but will return it when it arrives. I have heard some bad reviews about how it muffles the sound quality. I just received an SE Electronics Reflexion Filter Pro and am trying to figure out how to use it. (The instructions are terrible). Will this mic stand work? If not, what kind do I need? Do I keep this one and use a second one for the... Read more ..read more
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Kicks Level Adjustment
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by Hechem
2M ago
Hi all, Would you please help me to know how can i adjust only the kicks level of a sound track. Thank you very much ..read more
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Speaker cabs as sound absorption?
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by Sky Blue Lou
2M ago
What do you think? I am doing up an informal recording space in my new abode. I have a mess of 2 x 4 panels of rigid insulation from my old space but as I got to looking at the new space I realize that the wall behind my seating position is where I have all my amps arrayed. I count 15 10" or 12" speakers in all these cabs and I even have a few PA cabs I could put there. With all those sprung cones how many panels could I need? I could easily do the whole wall but I'm wondering why bother... Read more ..read more
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Quiet Refrigerator
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by CooperKlein
2M ago
Hi all, I was wondering if anyone knew of a good quiet refrigerator (North America). We just moved into a new place and every 45 mins the refrigerator starts its compression cycle and gets up to 50 dbA for 15 mins. It's intolerable. Any models that run under 40dbA? I'd much prefer a constant lower hum than this. Thanks ..read more
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SOundcraft efx12, don't tell me it's a PA system
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by homeuseruser
2M ago
hi, I purchased my efx12 to use in my home studio, I learned it isa public adress mixer board used in rooms with audience. I want to make great sounding recordings with a rme babyface on my live osx (guitar bass drums and daw) what is the public adress part of this mixer that i going to get in my way on my path to recording good sounding recordings ? I would like to use the lexicon effects in my daw, is this a hard task with this mixer? Is it ok to use it? or should I really considering... Read more ..read more
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The Chair
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by spantini
3M ago
In my weeks-long search for a decent work chair from which to make music, and not drain my wallet, I've waded into the shallow end of $50-$99 offerings. I'll be moving up from a 20.5"H desk with a footstool as a chair.. to a 29"H requiring a "real" chair, so whatever I get will be much more comfortable than what I am currently using. One I have my eye on has an unusual feature.. attached to the side of the backrest is a loop "for headphones"... ?! Headphones, you say! Well.. that's... Read more ..read more
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Monitor choice £200-300
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by mcmac74
3M ago
Hi, not sure if there’s a sticky thread somewhere for this question so my apologies if so. I’m looking for a pair of monitors for recording in an untreated room. Been using headphones for years and thought it was worth a try doing it differently. Recording is just a hobby and the the room is untreated, about 4m x 3m and 2.5m high, so not looking to spend big money. I’m using a Scarlett 2i2 interface. My style is indie/ acoustic rock with no live drums if that assists in the best... Read more ..read more
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